Always wanted to write for TV or Radio? Here’s your chance — BRIDGET WHELAN writer

Every so often BBC Writersroom accepts unsolicited scripts. They are read blind (without names attached) so it’s an equal opportunity – your idea and writing ability will be judged alongside scripts submitted by experienced authors. The next window opens tomorrow Friday 9th December 2016 at 10am and stays open for a month until Monday 9th […]

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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links — No Wasted Ink

Happy holidays from No Wasted Ink. This Monday I have for your reading pleasure articles found from many new sources, mainly about the marketing of your books and a writer’s lifestyle instead of general writing tips. I hope you enjoy them! How Indie Authors Should Price a Book for Optimal Success Do ‘Digital Natives’ Prefer […]

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Why Authors Need Agents: Advanced Edition  — Don Massenzio’s Blog

Originally posted on Carly Watters, Literary Agent Blog: ‪I still get asked why writers need agents. If you have self published in the past or are thinking about hybrid publishing you probably have questions. Mainly, why give someone 15%? Well, we do a lot for that 15%, and we have to in order to help…

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True or False! (Exercise #13) — INGL 4255: Professional Editing

Here is a different kind of exercise to test your knowledge of capitalization rules of names of plants and animals. This is a true or false exercise. Use the honor system to answer the exercise without looking at your booking or “googling” the answer. The capitalization of plants and animals is not very significant. All […]

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